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A serving Met Police officer has been accused of posting sexist and misogynistic materials on a TikTok account.

PC Daniel Naggea, of the North Area Borough Command Unit, can be alleged to have claimed that he didn’t use social media accounts through the vetting course of.

A misconduct listening to is ready to start in southeast London tomorrow, February 14.

A public discover printed forward of the listening to states: “PC Daniel Naggea has made a number of sexist and misogynistic posts on social media.

“The posts have been positioned on TikTok, the feedback sexualise and objectify girls.

“They also suggest all women mistreat men and appears to justify domestic abuse.

“PC Naggea identifies as a police officer on his social media platforms.

“PC Naggea indicated that he did not subscribe to any social media platforms on his vetting forms and this was inaccurate. standards of professional behaviour.

“In the circumstances, the suitable authority contends that (his) actions breached the requirements {of professional} behaviour…

“In that his conduct may bring the police service into disrepute and damage the relationship of trust and confidence between the police and the public.

“As a results of that said herein, if confirmed, it’s alleged that (his) conduct individually or cumulatively quantities to gross misconduct and his dismissal could also be justified.”

If the allegations are confirmed he might be dismissed or given one other sanction equivalent to a remaining written warning or further coaching.